The promotional tour for Emma Watson’s upcoming thriller “Regression” has started today in Madrid, where earlier this afternoon Emma attended a photocall alongside director Alejandro Amenabar. The first batch of high-quality photos have been added, with more on the way.
There has also been a slight change to the gallery setup – from now on, when you click on a thumbnail, you will be given the full picture, resized to fit in with your browser and the gallery theme – just right click on it to save on its original size.
A new batch of high-quality stills of Emma Watson from her upcoming thriller “Regression” have just been added to the gallery. The film, directed by Alejandro Amenábar and co-starring Ethan Hawke and David Thewlis, is set to be released on 28 August in the US and 09 October in the UK.
The actress and campaigner appears for the second time on the cover – following her debut in December 2010, for which she was shot by Mario Testino – this time photographed by Josh Olins.
Wearing a white and gold jacquard dress by Stella McCartney and with her hair loosely pulled back, Watson is pictured wearing minimal make-up under the cover line “Voice of a generation”.
The 25-year-old actress, who launched her HeForShe gender equality crusade at the United Nations last September with an impassioned speech that went viral on YouTube, has come a long way since she won the nation’s hearts as Hermoine, the 11-year-old heroine of the “Harry Potter” films. Studying at Oxford and Brown University didn’t interfere too much with her acting career, which continued to flourish in her early twenties, but she now balances her on-screen jobs with her work as a UN Goodwill Ambassador.
The September issue will be available on newsstands on August 6.
The publicity for Emma’s latest film “Regression” seems to have begun today, with the first official trailer and poster being released. You can view the poster in the gallery and watch the trailer below. “Regression”, a psycho-drama, follows Angela Gray (Watson), a woman who accuses her father (Daniel Dencik) of sexual abuse. He submits to the investigation by Hawke’s detective, although he has no recollection of the alleged events. “Regression” will be released in UK cinemas on October 9.
Emma was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People and she attended the gala held in New York earlier this week. HQ images have been added in our gallery.
Jill Abramson wrote Emma’s 100 Most Influential People In The World Tribute, which you can find after the jump.
Emma is featured in the current issue of Total Film UK with a new interview on her upcoming projects, her work as UN ambassador and more. The (digital) magazine scans have been added in our gallery.
Emmma did a Facebook Q&A earlier today in the Facebook office in London to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD). The first HQ images have been added to our gallery.
Be sure to head over to Emma’s official facebook page to (re)watch the entire Facebook Q&A.
Emma attended the World Economic Forum in Davos last week and we have added the HQ images in our gallery including a new portrait.
Merry Christmas everyone! On December 23, Emma’s official Facebook page released a new still from “Colonia”, and news that the film will be released in late 2015. You can now see the HQ still up in the gallery.
We have added more additional HQ images of Emma during the 2014 British Fashion Awards. You can also watch her acceptance speech below or in our video archive. Emma received the British Style Award and it was presented to her by Harry Styles.